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Fibrin degradation products test

Fibrin degradation products test

Fibrin degradation products test: The fibrin degradation products test is used to determine how well the body's blood clotting system is working. Fibrin degradation products increase under conditions of increased clot dissolving.

Fibrin degradation products test: Other Names

Other names for Fibrin degradation products test include:

  • FDPs

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